Preguntas de entrevista para Sales de BairesDev

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BairesDev

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Boston, MA

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista difícil
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 2 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en BairesDev (Boston, MA)

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As other reviews state, this is a very cumbersome interview process. You will invest many hours in testing. The first couple HR “interviews” were more or less pop quizzes to check validity of the answers I’d given on the tests taken previously. Next was a written practical - which was basically 3 written role play questions - write an email for this situation. How would you overcome this objection... When I tried to ask questions about the role for which I had applied, the recruiter was vague and said I was being considered for multiple positions and once the sales leadership team met with me they could tell me more... this was a bit of a red flag - but I continued. Finally I interviewed with someone on the sales leadership team., a very nice guy. We had a nice conversation. I pressed about the role and it turned out they were not considering me for a leadership role, but an individual contributor sales role. Not at all what I applied for and not remotely close to what I was interested in doing. If they had been upfront from the start, everyone could have saved a lot of time. I wrote a polite email indicating I wasn’t interested in a sales position, but happy to continue with the process if they would consider me for the position for which I’d applied.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • Role play a sales conversation based on something you’re comfortable selling.
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BairesDev

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Dallas, TX

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en BairesDev (Dallas, TX) en May 2020

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READ THIS BEFORE YOU MOVE FORWARD! TL:DR Worst interview experience in 20+ years. Not only did I take six hours worth of logic tests I didn't need to take, AFTER I was done with the test, they moved on to my references, where they were more interested in soliciting them for business, rather than hearing about my qualifications. After telling my references they were hoping I'd join the team, BairesDev told me that my test scores didn't pass muster. Hello!? I passed the hardest bar exam in the country (California), and these tests were basic logic. Plus, there were dozens of punctuation and spelling errors both on the tests and in the employee emails. It was so bad, that both me and my references all independently investigated whether this company was a scam. Here's the story: So out of nowhere, and using an email address that I hadn't used in years, I get an email from BairesDev for a sales role. Well, due to COVID, I was more desperate than I'd been in years. So I bit. The first step was to take two tests, which took me about 45 minutes to complete. The questions were logic questions and the test was timed. I'd done well on the LSAT exam, which was very similar, so I was not surprised to hear that I did well enough to warrant a live interview. I scheduled the interview and the interviewer didn't show up. She also didn't respond to my emails asking to change my email in her account. We eventually rescheduled. As we were rescheduling, she asked me why she had an alternative email from me (had she been paying attention, she would have seen that I had already explained it). The first phone screen went fine. They asked me questions about my past experiences, and then she told me they were considering me for four roles. She said I'd have to take a few more tests - due the following Monday - and she'd email me which ones. About 10 tests were in my 'applicant portal.' Well, I never heard from her, despite two emails from me reminding her to tell me which tests to take. Not wanting to miss the opportunity, I took ALL of the tests. It took around 5 hours to complete them, and as I was taking some of them, I realized that some were obviously not suited to the jobs I was in consideration for. There were about a dozen instances of spelling and/or punctuation errors in the tests, so as you can imagine, I was highly suspicious of the quality of the test to begin with. Then I didn't hear a peep for TWO weeks. Nothing. Suddenly, 10 business days later, I get texts from my two referrals, each asking whether they were being scammed. Apparently, BairesDev asked them to write a recommendation letter about me, and provided no instruction as to what they should be writing about or what job I was applying for. Also, there were tons of misspellings in the email. They both wondered whether this a scam? I had to chat with them both, letting them know that I thought it was legit. It was strange that I had no heads up that they would be contacted. During the back and forth with my referrals, the BairesDev rep ended each communication soliciting the business of my contact. In other words, my contacts were solicited 3x each for their business. What an horribly aggressive sales approach! In other words, THEY WILL USE YOUR REFERRALS AS LEADS! In one communication, the BairesDev rep told my contact that they were "hoping [I] would join the team." Sounded like I got the job right? Wrong. After both referrals submitted their recommendation for me, I was told that my test scores didn't meet their requirements. In other words, if that was true, why wasted the time contacting my referrals? Because that's how aggressive they are. So in summary: BairesDev missed the first interview BairesDev told me they'd email me with the test they wanted me to take. They didn't. So I took them all. BairesDev then solicited my references, leading them to believe that this was the final step in me being offered a job. BairesDev was using my references as leads, because they told me I didn't pass the test. As an attorney, an executive for several organizations, and as someone who has interviewed more than 1000 people in my career, I can honestly say that this was the most embarrassing and awful interviewer or interviewee experience I've ever had. Shame on BairesDev. BairesDev solicited me. They asked me to take two logic tests, which led to a first interview

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • What are the top 3 countries in the world with LinkedIn users?
A 25 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

BairesDev

Candidato de entrevista anónimo

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista difícil
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. Acudí a una entrevista en BairesDev

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I applied for a Sales position in the US. They email me to take the on line test. It is a complete waste of time. It ranges from middle school problem solving questions to things you would never know. They also record you saying words like stomach, holiday. My only assumption is they are trying to see if you are willing to do useless testing to even talk with them. Even if they call me for an interview I am not taking it. If your testing of applicants is this poor I can not image what you provide to customers. Unless you are desperate and have 3 hours of your life to waste...

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • Mike bought 17 bottles of beer from the shop. How many trips to get to his car..
A 2 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

BairesDev

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia neutra
Entrevista difícil
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en BairesDev (San Francisco, CA) en Nov 2019

Entrevista

The process is long. They have you take tests, then HR Interview, then a written situational evaluation, then an interview with a technical person, then you finally talk to decision makers. Tests - they seriously care about the scores. Use a calculator and read carefully. There's one called Practical Skills that is basically just testing how well you can Google information. The questions seem strange, but you realize later that it's just testing your research skills.

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BairesDev

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Buenos Aires

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista difícil
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 2 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en BairesDev (Buenos Aires) en Oct 2019

Entrevista

The first step was a request to take a battery of online tests. I completed tests that included a personality assessment, IT sales, IT management, a logic test and an "advanced IQ" test. The latter two consisted of math and word problems of varying difficulty. I can understand how these tests might have relevance for a software developer or other technical roles, but I think any correlation to sales is dubious at best. In any event, I completed the tests, and was invited to move to the next step. The next step was a very brief, (and strange) phone interview with an internal recruiter. After a brief pitch about the company, I was asked if I remembered what position I applied for. What an odd question. I was also told that I did very well with the online tests. Then, she told me that she wanted to ask a few logic and common sense questions, and I should get a pen and paper. Yes, this really happened. After I had already completed 90 minutes of tests online. For me, trying to solve a math problem while someone is waiting for an answer on the phone, is not exactly the ideal environment for taking a test. Not to mention, I didn't appreciate the ambush. There is just something sneaky and offensive about this interview tactic., and it made me wonder about what kind of people I was dealing with. I really should have ended the call right there. I know I didn't do as well under these conditions as I did with the online assessments, when I was in a state of mind prepared for a test. After some logic problems we moved on to the "common sense" questions. One of which was: Which 4 countries have the most Linkedin members? I knew the answer, but at that point, I was wondering if THEY have any common sense, and was questioning my own common sense for subjecting myself to this nonsense and jumping through hoops for these people. After the common sense quiz, I was given about 5 minutes to ask any questions I might have, and then the call ended. She didn't ask a single question about my sales experience, or how I approach selling, etc. At the end of the call, the recruiter seemed very positive about me moving to the next step, which is an interview with a hiring manager (finally). At that point I was thinking I would finally have the opportunity to discuss my experience and skill set with a member of the sales organization, and maybe the time I had invested in this process might have been worthwhile after all. However, the next contact I received was a template rejection email. I suppose I didn't pass the impromtu logic test over the phone. If you're going to apply for a sales position with BairesDev, be aware that before getting a chance to talk to anyone, you'll have to spend about 90 minutes taking assessments, and over 50 minutes of this time will be spent on 2 tests consisting of math and word problems. And you may be required to solve more logic problems if you are approved for a phone interview. For whatever reason, BairesDev seems to place a high value on logic tests in evaluating candidates for sales positions. It's possible that you'll be eliminated before you have the opportunity to discuss your experience and skills that are relevant to the position. The early phase is a one-sided process where you're expected to invest time upfront with little reciprocity from their end. It's a one way street. I regret that i participated in this process, but I think I learned my lesson and will try to be more selective in how (and with whom) I invest my time in the future.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • The average of 3 numbers is 9. The first 2 numbers are 3 and 7. What is the 3rd number?
  • There are 8 teams that play each other once. How many total games are played among all teams?
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